Monthly Archive: June 2009

Episode 34: Selina’s Big Score

Recorded on June 18, 2009. Longest Episode Ever? I think so. It sure feels like it. This week on a less than purrfect episode of Gutter Trash, we review Darwyn Cooke’s noir Catwoman graphic novel, Selina’s Big Score. We also discuss the odd celebrity appeal of Dave Mustaine and Scott Ian, and I do a …

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Episode 33: Apocalypse Now

Recorded on June 7, 2009. I love the smell of podcasts in the morning. This week on Gutter Trash, feel the horror… the horror… of Jason and myself reviewing Francis Ford Coppola’s Vietnam War classic Apocalypse Now. We learn that war is bad, and I can’t defend my stance against pretension. We also try to …

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Episode 32: Jack Staff

Recorded on June 7, 2009. This is my favorite comic. Can’t get no simpler than that. On this week’s episode of Gutter Trash, we review the trade paperback Jack Staff: Everything Used to be Black and White. This is the first 12 issues self-published by creator Paul Grist before moving over to Image Comics. Also …

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Episode 31: Miller’s Crossing

Recorded on May 25, 2009. You givin’ me the high hat? This week on another Memorial episode of Gutter Trash, we lay down some love for the Coen Brothers’ Prohibition-era gangster film, Miller’s Crossing. It’s a super-late-night recording session, so incoherency abounds. I become unfairly antagonistic toward Mike Patton, Jason and I debate peanut butter, …

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Gutter Trash: The Mix Tape vol. 2

Through 8tracks.com, I’ve got a new “mix tape” of songs from the Windy City Special, and episodes 4-8. Click here to listen.

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